Enjoy spring with colorful magnetic jewelry

For many people, the jewelry they wear does more than complement an outfit or bring out the wearer’s eyes. For some, the jewelry that adorns the neck or wrist provides therapeutic properties, in the form of magnet therapy. Magnetic jewelry can be just as beautiful and fashion-forward as traditional costume and precious metal jewelry. The added bonus is the therapeutic aspect: magnetic fields placed in close proximity to the body. Spring is here, so why not try some colorful magnetic jewelry? These particular pieces offer all of the bright colors of spring:

Magnetic fields: healthy vs. unhealthy

When looking at magnetic jewelry, you have no doubt come across terms like polarity and fields. Polarity refers to the electric current created between the north (positive) and south (negative) poles on a magnetic. But then there are the magnetic fields to consider. Every day your body is exposed to magnetic fields – many of them unhealthy ones. These fields come in the form of pollution and smog, as well as electromagnetic fields created by appliances such as cell phones and microwaves, and health devices such as x-ray machines. While some unhealthy magnetic fields are just about impossible to avoid, …

The basics of magnet therapy

Magnet therapy is not a new type of therapy, though in earlier times most people simply used magnetic discs placed strategically on and around the body. These days, magnetic jewelry is quite fashionable and very much a mainstream choice, and it’s easy to see why: jewelry is always “in”, and enables the wearer to take part in magnetic therapy in a comfortable, unobtrusive manner. Magnet therapy works by generating a small current via the presence of positive and negative poles. The resulting effect, known as polarity, can increase blood flow, which means bringing more oxygen to the area where the …

How can magnetic jewelry help?

Magnetic therapy has the potential to help individuals in a variety of ways. For aches and pains, it’s thought that magnetic therapy via the placement of magnetic jewelry or simply magnetized discs works by increasing blood flow to the area. Since a lack of blood flow deprives the body of oxygen, and the result is pain, by increasing blood flow with the use of magnets, more oxygen is delivered to that area of the body. If you’re considering magnetic therapy, take a look at our extensive selection of necklaces and bracelets. We carry many fashionable selections that will fit every …

Reduce anxiety with magnetic therapy

¬†We all experience anxiety over important events or uncertain situations. But for people with anxiety disorder, even everyday life can be fraught with anxiety. Anxiety causes feelings of worry, fear, and irritation. Anxiety can cause a rapid pulse and erratic heart rate, goose bumps, nausea and vomiting, abdominal cramping and pain, flashbacks, and nightmares. For people who suffer from anxiety disorder, the constant anxiety over the unknown and even the known can be debilitating. There are a variety of treatments for anxiety, though while treatments help manage the worst of the symptoms, they rarely cure. Treatments include therapy, exercise, and …

Natural allergy remedies

¬†Spring is in full bloom, and for many of that means our allergies are also in full bloom. But don’t let itchy eyes, coughing, and a sore throat hold you back from your daily routine. However, before you reach for your typical allergy medication, consider this: many allergy medications can cause a “fog” as a side effect. So while you’ll have some relief from various allergy-induced ailments, you may not feel entirely up to par. Consider the following natural remedies for allergies – but make sure to discuss them with your doctor before implementing: Saline nose rinse You can use …

Can magnetic therapy relieve Fibromyalgia pain?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder that doctors and patients alike are still learning about. Currently there is no known cure for Fibromyalgia, but the widespread muscle and joint pain caused by the condition can be managed with a variety of medications and therapies. One such therapy that is thought to help some sufferers of Fibromyalgia pain is magnetic therapy. According to a recent Healthline publication, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (or rTMS), during which strong magnets are used to stimulate the brain, has shown some success in alleviating the physical pain and emotional distress that Fibromyalgia is thought to cause. …